Board members across the globe are worried about the next call with their China-based colleagues. China’s economic growth has slowed to its weakest in 24 years, and the January HSBC purchasing managers’ index (PMI) pointed at a further contraction for the second consecutive month. In this weaker economy, manufacturers have cut prices for six months […]
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The Georgia state government reported that in 2013, more than 14,500 Georgia companies exported $37.6 billion in goods and services to 230 countries and territories, and Georgia became the 11th-largest exporting state in the country. A large amount of such goods and services went to China. According to the Georgia Department of Economic Development, China […]
Georgia China Alliance: “Promoting commerce between Georgia and China” Georgia China Alliance is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting business exchanges between China and the State of Georgia. We are proud to be the resource for companies engaged in U.S.-China cross border transactions and strive to create a platform for like-minded business executives, professionals and […]
Georgia China Alliance has benefited from the volunteer guidance and work of a small governing board. Many of the existing board members have been working on GCA since the establishment of the Georgia China Future study commission in 2003. If you have questions, please contact Chris Chan by email firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-853-8049 Please see our board […]
Membership Benefits The most significant benefit for being a GCA member is that you will become part of this China-related business community, enjoying the unique opportunity to interact with others who share your interest in China, who have done business or are interested in doing business in China, who are knowledgeable about the business, political, cultural […]
Georgia China Alliance, Georgia Power and Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice LLP hosted a reception on November 15, 2010 to welcome a delegation led by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce.The delegation consisted of about 40 business executives from a broad range of industries, including textile, agriculture, chemistry, banking, investment, trading, and others, and Chinese government […]
Over 40 people attended the networking event held by Georgia China Alliance on June 23 in the beautiful conference room of Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice LLP. In addition to catching up with old friends and making new friends, the attendees heard presentations from Mr. Ling Chiang, Senior Vice President of Touchmark National Bank, and Barry […]
“To my knowledge, this joint Ph. D. program is the first of this type showcasing international cooperation in education between China and the U.S. Forming a partnership with Georgia Tech and Emory will enhance our research and education in general and will provide a great opportunity for our BME students,” said Jianhua Lin, Peking University Provost.
Manufacturing in China and Vietnam A Perspective by Scott Ellyson, CEO, East West Manufacturing Those of us who work in China have seen numerous changes in just the past decadeas the country evolves from an agrarian society to an industrial one. The speed of thetransformation has been astonishing, and the process is far from complete. […]